L.A. Clinical Psychologist, Professor Career Is Two-FoldedWith teaching, Dr. Ellis works at several psychology institutions training students in academic and dissertation coursework. On the clinical side, she works with adults, teens and couples, specializing in treatment through a mind-body lens.
Immigration Prompts Need To Teach English As Second Language In L.A.Silvia Rubalcava, a teacher at Gratts Learning Academy for Young Scholars, says dual or multi-language learning has become a necessity in Los Angeles.
L.A. Placement Program Pays Adults For Altruistic Charity WorkTina Rodriguez says California Mentor pays adults to care for the thousands of individuals with special needs that are currently looking for loving homes in Los Angeles.
Biological Technicians Study To Become Scientists In L.A.Dr. Hyunsook Park, an associate professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says tomorrow’s biological technicians will serve as a vital working party in many areas of technology.
Job Prospects For Physician Assistants Balloon In L.A.De'Meya Brewer, a department administrator at Kaiser Permanente East Los Angeles Medical Offices, says physician assistants are needed in all areas of the medical industry, especially family medicine.
Successful Chefs In L.A. Received Formal Education And TrainingDaniel Keenan, an executive chef at California State University, Los Angeles, says formal training is a quick introduction to the skillful art of preparing, cooking and presenting food.
Modeling Profession To See Rapid Growth In Los AngelesAs the overall perception of beauty changes, doors of opportunity are opening wider for aspiring models that better represent the consumers that live and work in L.A.
Army ROTC Preps L.A. College Students For Military LeadershipMajor Shannon V. Shambersky, a professor at UCLA, says Army ROTC cadets have access to dozens of career choices, from military police to cyber-security specialists.
L.A.'s Food Service Managers Juggle Many Business ActivitiesKM Foodservice, Inc.’s Bob Schultz says if aspiring food service managers in Los Angeles do not have long-term work experience, they’ll need to participate in a culinary arts program.
Ophthalmic Lab Techs In L.A. Keep Pace With TechnologyNaMee Donan, a certified ophthalmic laboratory technician at Doheny Eye Center UCLA, says eyewear producers in Los Angeles must remain up-to-date on advancing technology.
LAUSD's Social Studies Instruction Promotes Civic CompetenceIsabel Morales, a social studies teacher at Los Angeles High School of the Arts, is helping students and children of immigrants become critical thinkers and proactive citizens.
Some Security Officers In L.A. Are Also Healthcare ProfessionalsAlexander Larson, Security Director at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center, says senior-level hospital guards are educated and highly-trained.
L.A.'s Successful Market Research Analysts Are Well-StudiedDr. Shirley Stretch says California State University, Los Angeles, has launched a series of new educational opportunities to help aspiring market research analysts become more employable.
Chiropractors In L.A. Lay Hands On Big-Time Annual WagesIn Los Angeles, practicing chiropractors must put in at least seven years of intense education to work in a profession that garners six-figure annual paychecks.
L.A. Sheriff's Deputy Wants More Women To Enter Law EnforcementSheila Brown, a senior deputy at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, says women should not shy away from seeking and securing mutually-benefiting jobs in law enforcement.